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HP-39g series calculators are the successors of HP-38G.
There are five calculators in the 39 series of HP graphing calculators. These calculators have algebraic entry modes, and can perform numeric analysis together with varying degrees of symbolic calculation. All calculators in this series are aimed at high school level students and are characterised by their ability to download (via cable or infra-red) APLETs or E-lessons. These are programs of varying complexity which are generally intended to be used in the classroom to enhance the learning of mathematics by the graphical and/or numerical exploration of concepts. Some hundreds of these can be found on various websites.
The Apache POI Project's mission is to create and maintain Java APIs for manipulating various file formats based upon the Office Open XML standards (OOXML) and Microsoft's OLE 2 Compound Document format (OLE2). In short, you can read and write MS Excel files using Java. In addition, you can read and write MS Word and MS PowerPoint files using Java. Apache POI is your Java Excel solution (for Excel 97-2008). We have a complete API for porting other OOXML and OLE2 formats and welcome others to participate.
My Contributions to the Open Source project Apache POI: adding missing Excel functions in Java
Bug 54673 - [PATCH] Simple wildcard support in HLOOKUP, VOOLKUP, MATCH, COUNTIF Add support for wildcards ? (question mark) Any single character &160;&160;&160; For example, sm?th finds "smith" and "smyth" * (asterisk) Any number of characters &160;&160;&160; For example, *east finds "Northeast" and "Southeast" ~ (tilde) followed by ?, *, or ~A question mark, asterisk, or tilde &160;&160;&160; For example, fy91~? finds "fy91?"
Bug 54723 - [PATCH] Support for percentage in VALUE() function support for VALUE("30%") or VALUE("30 %") as excel support this
Bug 54720 - [PATCH] Support for Row/Col Area Range like 8:8 or H:H Range support in the form of NameType.ROW:NameType.ROW&160;&160;&160; like 8:8 or 6:8
digiCamControl is a free, open source program that gives you full control over Nikon cameras from you Windows PC. It supports tethering, live view, remote triggering, direct image transfer, controlling multiple cameras simultaneously and even offers you to control the camera from your tablet or smartphone. And support for Canon cameras is well on its way.
This is the first full release of digiCamControl , a free program that gives you full control over your digital cameras from your Windows PC. Currently almost all Nikon DSLR's can be controlled, and support for Canon cameras is under development. The software is free to download and use.
Connect your camera to the computer with a USB cable and fire up the program, and you have full access to almost all camera controls. You can have the viewfinder image live on your computer monitor and you can focus and expose manually or automatically and see the result directly on your computer screen.
The program supports almost all digital Nikon SLR's plus quite a few other cameras, and enables you to utilize almost all your camera's features remotely. Apart from shooting single frames, digiCamControl also offers sequences, bracketing, time lapse and focus stacking.
You have detailed control over the image transfer, storing, naming and many other aspects of your shooting session from within the program.
Once you have set up your camera, you can control it wirelessly using a smartphone or a tablet. Both iPhones, iPads, Android devices and other devices that can run a web browser are supported. You can even use a second remote computer (Mac, pc, Unix or whatever) to control and release the camera.
digiCamControl is developed by Duka Istvan and is distributed as open source with both the finished program and the original source code (C#) freely available under the GNU license. You can read the history of digiCamControl here: http://digicamcontrol.com/history
TimeZone represents a time zone offset, and also figures out daylight savings. Typically, you get a TimeZone using getDefault which creates a TimeZone based on the time zone where the program is running. For example, for a program running in Japan, getDefault creates a TimeZone object based on Japanese Standard Time.
You can also get a TimeZone using getTimeZone along with a time zone ID. For instance, the time zone ID for the U.S. Pacific Time zone is "America/Los_Angeles". So, you can get a U.S. Pacific Time TimeZone object with